Posts by Taylor Pipes

How to Use Tags to Organize Evernote

The power of Evernote is that there is no right or wrong way to use it. From audio notes to websites, it’s the perfect place to capture and store the content you need to be productive. The question we get from many users is how to organize the material they bring into Evernote. From notebooks to tags, you have the option to decide your own personal classification system. That taxonomy

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How Neil Gaiman Writes With Evernote

This article is part of a series that explores how authors use Evernote for writing. Evernote is proud to be an official sponsor for the 2014 NaNoWriMo competition. Where does the time go? With less than two weeks left of November, many of you are scrambling to make your NaNoWriMo deadlines. It’s tough work, but now it’s purely about making sure the words are flowing. The biggest challenge for any

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Meeting Less, Achieving More

What’s the cost of a meeting? For some companies, it’s more than diminished productivity and wasted time. Yesterday, at the Fast Company Innovation By Design Conference, Nest CEO Tony Fadell suggested that one single meeting has a significant financial impact. https://twitter.com/ctrlzee/status/522377621376872448 Not only do meetings impact human capital, they also waste a tremendous amount of time. Earlier this week, Bain & Company published a study that found a single weekly meeting

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Publish Books Instantly From Evernote

It’s never been easier to be an author. Evernote is an especially popular tool for many writers. It serves as the place to collect, find, and organize source material, archival information, and photographs. For many authors, Evernote is the place where ideas are assembled into words and manufactured into stories. The white canvas of a note is a comfortable place to pour out prose and organize the elements of a

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